wine labels

Wine labels have always set the benchmark for quality and design excellence . At QLM Label Makers we carefully select materials to suit both the functional and aesthetic requirements of labelling conditions wines are subjected to. Wine label stocks need to tolerate fluctuations in temperature and humidity without forming wrinkles or bubbles either during labelling or when being stored.

Trends for wine labels have varied over the years and currently coated matt papers with heavily textured patterns are very popular . Designs and embellishments for wine labels include foiling, embossing, raised screen varnish and spot varnishing. The changing exchange rates have demanded wine producers respond to often difficult market conditions and we are able to provide a range of lower cost alternatives to achieve similar results when desired.

Digital printing is also becoming highly popular for short run vintages or specialty bottling for personalised labels . Our desktop and manufacturing platforms from award winnning and world class digital print systems ensure we can produce stunning labels no matter what the quantity or budget .

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Country of origin food labelling laws have changed in Australia:
The Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) regulations for food offered for sale in Australia come into effect 1st July 2016, with a 2 year transition period. These changes affect you if you sell food in retail stores in Australia. There are different labels depending on where the food was grown, produced, made or packaged. Some foods are defined as non-priority foods and new labels are not mandatory, but may be used voluntarily. All other foods must comply with the new labelling requirements.
QLM Label Makers are here to help you manage this transition.

For more information, click on the following:
Food Labelling Explanatory Video:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6YE4RfSiBk
Food Labelling Style Guide:
www.business.gov.au/foodlabels
Food Labelling Legislation:
www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2016L00528


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